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Rex Tillerson's nomination as Secretary of State is all but confirmed, but nobody knows what he'll actually do in his new position.

The mystery that is Rex Tillerson

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yesterday at 23:00. Facebook
There are appropriate ways to strengthen the pelvic floor. Jade eggs are not one of them.

Let’s call Gwyneth Paltrow’s jade eggs for vaginas what they are: Goopshit

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yesterday at 21:50. Facebook
The size of the federal workforce has actually remained relatively flat — and even been reduced since the Reagan years.

Trump’s press secretary said the federal workforce has seen a "dramatic expansion." It has not.

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yesterday at 21:10. Facebook
Guess what’s going to receive the most Oscar nominations? Yep. It’s probably La La Land.

Who will be nominated for the 2017 Oscars? (Besides La La Land.)

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yesterday at 20:50. Facebook
"Those that are 14 right now are voting in four years. They’re our hope." – Paola Mendoza, one of the organizers of the Women's March on Washington

Some of the loudest voices from the Women's March were the youngest

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yesterday at 20:17. Facebook
This tells you a lot about how Republicans are thinking about “principled” opposition to President Trump.

With Marco Rubio’s vote in the bag, Rex Tillerson’s confirmation is all but assured

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yesterday at 19:31. Facebook
It’s the first concrete action that indicates that President Trump will reshape the US’s trade relationship with the world.

Trump just kept a campaign promise and killed the colossal TPP free trade deal

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yesterday at 19:04. Facebook
Reinstating the global gag rule is the first indication of how serious President Trump is about taking sweeping actions against abortion.

Trump just reinstated the global gag rule. It won't stop abortion, but it will make it less safe.

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yesterday at 18:31. Facebook
Crowd sizes are visible. The worrisome President Trump lies will be about invisible things.

It's a lot harder to fight lies about invisible things

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yesterday at 18:01. Facebook
Former President Barack Obama's executive orders on the environment can be canceled with a stroke of a pen.

Donald Trump is getting ready to hammer the EPA

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yesterday at 17:41. Facebook
President Donald Trump has business dealings all over the world — which means leaders in at least 18 countries have more than political interest in the US.
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yesterday at 17:24. Facebook
President Trump’s pick to run Health and Human Services would reduce the program’s budget by $1 trillion over the next decade.

Donald Trump’s plan to cut Medicaid spending, explained

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yesterday at 16:56. Facebook
The sequel to Force Awakens will be "the next installment of the Skywalker saga," according to the official Twitter account.

Star Wars: Episode VIII is officially Star Wars: The Last Jedi

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A new poll explains why a women’s march, specifically, inspired so many people to protest President Trump.

Why the Women's March on Washington drew bigger crowds than Trump’s inauguration

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yesterday at 15:50. Facebook
"I learned the hard way that the people trying to solve your problems often need help the most." –Michelle Goodman

"I was a self-help guru. Here’s why you shouldn’t listen to people like me."

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Ajit Pai has promised to "fire up the weed wacker" against FCC rules.

Donald Trump is poised to name a net neutrality foe to head the FCC

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yesterday at 14:32. Facebook
The opposition is united and passionate in a way it never was in the campaign.

Massive Women’s March turnout shows Trump’s opponents are done underestimating him

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yesterday at 13:55. Facebook
President Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway said the president may stop enforcing Obamacare’s individual mandate.

Trump may stop enforcing the individual mandate, a hugely damaging move for Obamacare

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yesterday at 13:22. Facebook
There's a lot riding on whether this explanation proves to be true.

Samsung has finally offered an explanation for last fall's smartphone meltdowns

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